• La SLOVÉNIE en 🚍 CAMPING CAR : 10 idées reçues sur la Slovénie
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    La SLOVÉNIE en 🚍 CAMPING CAR : 10 idées reçues sur la Slovénie

    A few years ago, the dissolution of the Eastern bloc has appeared in our field of vision countries still unknown to us and who today still resonate as potentially dangerous countries. That’s why we are more inclined to go on holiday to Italy, Spain, Portugal, yet once past our apprehensions these countries of ancient Eastern Europe offers extraordinary opportunities Error Slovenia is part of the European Union since May 1, 2004 but it is true that it belonged to the former Yugoslavia! we have a lot of misconceptions about the inhabitants of Eastern Europe the official languages ​​in Slovenia are Slovene, Hungarian and Italian, but almost all speak English so…

  • Camping Gear : Camping Gear Personal Locater Beacons
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    Camping Gear : Camping Gear Personal Locater Beacons

    Some hikers loved ones really get worried about where they’re going to be and if they’re going to be safe. There are devices out on the market that basically are kind of a panic button, if you will. This is a personal locator beacon. And you get into trouble. You turn it on. It basically sends the cavalry in to rescue you. What you do is you open up the antenna. You turn it on and some units are equipped with GPS, others are not. The GPS ones are nice. But what happens is this sends out a frequency of 406 megahertz that is picked up by a satellite which…

  • How to Wash a Tent
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    How to Wash a Tent

    How to Wash a Tent. Tents are a home away from home when you’re camping, so keep it clean and well maintained for a restful night’s sleep in the great outdoors. You will need Broom and dustpan Tarp Washbasin Non-detergent soap Soft rag Clothesline Soft sponge (optional) and enzyme-based odor remover (optional). Step 1. Sweep out your tent with the broom while it is set up. Use the dustpan to collect any dust bunnies and dirt piles. Step 2. Grab a side of the tent lightly and gently shake the fabric to remove dust and dirt. Step 3. Brush off the bottom of your tent with your hand or your…

  • Camping Gear : Camping Gear Insect Repellent
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    Camping Gear : Camping Gear Insect Repellent

    I want to talk a little bit about insect repellents. There is a whole slue of them on the market it can get kind of confusing. A number of times I walk up to customers and there looking with a blank stare at all the repellents that we have. But a common combination would be a Permethrin spray for your cloths to make the clothing repellent and a topical repellent. Depending on which one that you like a basically with the Permethrin you hang your cloths up you spray it till its damp you let it dry and the clothing is actually repellent. For up to six washings. You get…

  • How to Make a Camping Frst Aid Kit
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    How to Make a Camping Frst Aid Kit

    >>MFASCO: Hi everyone, my name is Mike and today I’m going to show you how to create a camping first-aid kit in four simple steps here on our website at MFASCO Health and Safety. So stay with me for just a minute, be right back and we’ll get started. Thank you for joining me today, yes we’re going to create a camping first-aid kit using a proprietary tool that we created here at MFASCO Health and Safety called BuildaKit. BuildaKit is a wonderful tool that allows you to create any type of first-aid kit that you can imagine, and we’re going to do that right here on our website right…

  • Condor Classic Camping Axt – Testbericht Gear Review
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    Condor Classic Camping Axt – Testbericht Gear Review

    Dear viewers, today I introduce you to an axe again. This time from another manufacturer. In fact by Condor Tool and Knife. Here i have the Camping Hatchet ot the Classic Series. In Germany somewhat rarer but I still wanted to introduce you to. So enjoy the video. The axe is made in El Salvador is 35.8 cm long and weighs together with the 52g heavy leather sheath 875 grams. The slightly rounded edge is 7,8cm long and has a very convex grind. This reduce canting in material. Here you see the small beard of the axe at the bottom end of the cutting edge. On the other side the…

  • Camping Gear : Camping Setups
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    Camping Gear : Camping Setups

    Talk a little bit now about camp setup. There’s a number of places in your camp. You’re going to have a place for your tent. And you’re going to have a place to eat. You’re going to have a place to put your food. You’re going to have a place to go to the bathroom. And this’ll all have to be spread out a little bit. Your tent site, you want to have that at a level place. Look up, make sure there’s no overhanging branches. They’re going to fall on you in the middle of the night. You don’t want to eat in your tent because the food smells…